Note: if your district/school uses A-Z levels, please use this table.
After a student's assessment has been graded, Literably will automatically select a level for the student's "Next Assessment" using the below table.
1. The above grid refers to how Literably determines the level that students should read at during their next Literably assessment.
2. If a student reads with at least 95% accuracy and at least ⅗ comprehension, Literably will increase the student's Next Assessment level.
3. If a student reads with 90-94% accuracy and at least ⅗ comprehension, Literably will keep the student at that level. At this point, we can confirm the student's instructional grade-level. Example: If a student reads a level 1.2 text with 91% accuracy and ⅗ comprehension, we can confirm their instructional grade-level is at level 1.2 (see yellow cells).
4. If a student reads with below 90% accuracy and/or below ⅗ comprehension, Literably will decrease the student's Next assessment level.
5. On top of that, if a student does very well or very poorly, Literably will suggest re-assessment at their new level. If the student has a more moderate outcome, Literably will not call for a reassessment, but you can choose to reassess the student.